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Nov 14, 2012 5:00pm PST
of congress. yet eric cantor was. why would a rogue fbi agent go to eric and then eric cantor? if no politics was involved. >> eliot: i think you answered your own question. he's a rogue agent and not doing what he was supposed to do. >> it was a memorable moment in the east room. the president he's really strong. >> eliot: we're glad you were there. bill press host of full court press on current tv and author of "toxic cut." thanks for yanging me. i am i'm joining by brian beul beutler. andand the the austerity bomb. what are the bids over the fiscal cliff. the president firm saying we will raise taxes on the wealthy. whatever the thresh old ends up being. the republicans are mushy on this. where do you see the two parties now and how do you see a possibility of a compromise? >> i think they're still really far part. i think a lot of republicans know they have to give the president revenue, and it has to be to the tune of what he asks for. 1 trillion-dollar to $1.5 trillion. they want the money to come into the treasury without raising tax rates. to do that they would have to target credits
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Nov 15, 2012 5:00pm PST
critiques the exchange commission and the commodities future saying like the fbi and c.i.a. at their worst they simply didn't communicate allowing mf to fall through the cracks and spiral into bankruptcy. while places much of the blame for mf global's collapse squarely on the shoulders of the firm's ceo, jon corzine saying he took excessive risks while try to turn it into a major investment bank along the lines of goldman sachs the report suggests the possibility that the ftc should be combined a into one agency. the thought being this could have prevented the exorbitant risk and poor decisions mf global was making on the road to its downfall. joining me is bethany mclean who has writ been the crimes on wall street and around the country. bethany, is it is this the same old story all over again? >> it really is. it is amazing how often it plays out in such similar ways with different personalities. you saw the greed and even more hub rouse of jon corzine believing he could take this struggling firm and tur
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Nov 27, 2012 5:00pm PST
was that he wants more of the investigation -- the information to come out. the fbi agents who had interviewed survivors of the attack. and he wants to know more information before he says he would be willing to elevate somebody who was involved in any part of this controversy. i do think that susan rice is not really the one that i am personally most concerned about. just as a. >> reporter: trying to find out the truth. the state department itself and susan rice is part of it but not really involved in deciding why they didn't get adequate security who did what in terms of trying to help the people who were pinned down. that seems to be more of a c.i.a. question. those are the people i really want to find out more about. >> eliot: i think that's exactly right. there are a myriad of legitimate questions that should be asked about the information through the decision making but it seems to me susan rice is the least informed, least interesting party here and that's why trying to take her hostage in effect at a moment wher
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